All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 5 years and over are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.


Mangrove Building, 6 Moignard Street, Manoora
– Ph 07 4080 1000

Opening Hours: 

Mon – 8am to 5pm

Tue – 8am to 5pm 

Wed – 8am to 1pm

Thu – 8am to 5pm 

Fri – 8am to 5pm

Edmonton Clinic, 7 Stokes Street, Edmonton-  Ph 07 4040 3100

Opening Hours: 

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri – 8am to 5pm

Wed – 8am to 1pm

Vaccine Brands Available: 

Wuchopperen is currently administering the Pfizer vaccine ONLY. The vaccine is free.


You can book an appointment by calling us on the numbers above or by coming into Wuchopperen Health Service.

Each vaccine needs two doses, each taken several weeks apart. You can book your second appointment after your first vaccination – your Health Worker will be able to tell you how many weeks you will need to wait.   

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about the COVID-19 vaccine (January 2022)

From January 2022 everyone aged 5 years and older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and Wuchopperen recommends that all community members take up the offer and bring their children to the clinic to receive their vaccine.

Call 07 4080 1000 to book an appointment.

Download this factsheet on COVID-19 vaccines for 5-11 year olds.

Two doses of COVID-19 vaccine provide very good protection, especially against severe disease.

A booster dose will make sure the protection from the first two doses is even stronger and longer lasting, and should help prevent spread of the virus.

The booster is only for clients aged 18 years and older. 

Note: A three dose primary course is approved for children under 18 years IF they have a severe immunocompromised state.

A booster dose increases your protection against:

  • infection with the virus that causes COVID-19
  • severe disease
  • dying from COVID-19.

A booster dose will continue to protect you, your loved ones and your community against COVID-19.

You can book a booster dose if it has been four months or longer since your second dose of COVID-19 vaccine (this will change to 3 months from Monday 24 January).


Regardless of which vaccine was given in the first two doses it is recommended to have a single dose of Pfizer as a booster. Boosters are not mandatory. We are unable to give a booster dose early.


As with any vaccine, you may have some side effects after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Common side effects after the COVID -19 Pfizer vaccine include:

  • pain or swelling at the injection site
  • tiredness
  • headache
  • muscle pain
  • fever and chills
  • joint pain.

Less common side effects after the COVID -19 Pfizer vaccine include:

  • redness at the injection site
  • nausea
  • enlarged lymph nodes
  • feeling unwell
  • pain in limb
  • insomnia
  • itching at the injection site.

These side effects are usually mild and usually go away within one or two days. If you have a side effect that worries you, please call us on 07 4080 1000.


Our staff members have made the choice to get the COVID-19 vaccine; and have been part of a state-wide campaign to encourage others to do the same. You can hear their messages to community in the short videos below.